The Elbow pp 191-193 | Cite as

Arthroplasty of the elbow joint

  • K. Tsuge
Part of the Current Concepts in Orthopaedic Surgery book series (ORTHOP.SURGERY, volume 2)


The stiff elbow with loss of function is quite common in our daily practice. This frequently occurs due to trauma but also due to rheumatoid arthritis, infectious arthritis, or osteoarthritis.


Elbow Joint Anterior Aspect Distal Humerus Continuous Passive Motion Ulnar Collateral Ligament 
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